Myles Armstrong, along with his lab, was driving up Main Street when he looked to his right onto East Woolman Street and saw what appeared to be a black bear laying off to the side of the road, just below…
It’s a lunchtime dilemma. “Where do you want to go eat?” one person in the group inevitably asks, while the others automatically respond, “I don’t know, where do you want to go?”
A Butte man accused of slipping a hand from handcuffs and bolting from a Butte police car pleaded not guilty to felony escape Wednesday.
TDS Telecommunications will be delivering a new all-fiber network to Butte-Silver Bow County that will connect more than 15,000 homes and businesses with some of the fastest internet speeds in the country.
A hiker who had been attempting a trek on the Continental Divide Trail and a bicyclist who had been traveling through southwest Montana met earlier this week at the Pintler's Portal Hostel and said they liked Anaconda.
The recount was performed because poll books on Election Day showed more ballots had been issued in Precinct 14 than the 75 votes tabulated by machine.
Rock Creek Cattle Co. filed a lawsuit against Powell County to stop construction of the final segment of the Old Yellowstone Trail pedestrian and bicycle trail. A judge granted a temporary restraining order and more litigation looms.
It’s been (3) years to the date ( 6-21-18) since you left us; our thoughts and prayers are with you every second of everyday!! Keep watching over Romelle and Rhonda
Montana’s southern counties could soon have clean water after last week’s flooding damaged sewage lines and contaminated local water systems triggering boil advisories for much of southern Montana.
Love's says court delays for its planned truck stop at Ramsay are costing the company big money, but a judge is now saying excavation work can resume.
Although the Cora Mine is often said to have started operation in 1899, it’s actually one of the oldest mines on the Butte Hill.
In loving memory of DON DAVIS on his 70th Birthday! We miss you more with each passing day. Love, Michelle, Marcus and Dawnann
The inspiration for the Dust to Dazzle tour in Butte was sparked while three local historic preservation advocates were browsing an estate sale nearly 20 years ago.
Two Queen Anne style homes, a former Baptist Church and an industrial building are among the gems on the 2022 Dust to Dazzle tour in Uptown Butte.
FEMA Administrator and U.S. Senator Jon Tester toured the Billings water treatment plant Friday following impacts from massive flooding from the Yellowstone River this week. Tester said possible increased capacity and resilience of the system could come from FEMA funding.